picornavirus


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Related to picornavirus: orthomyxovirus, reovirus, togavirus, Picornaviridae

picornavirus

[pē′kȯr·nə‚vī·rəs]
(virology)
A viral group made up of small (18-30 nanometers), ether-sensitive viruses that lack an envelope and have a ribonucleic acid genome; among subgroups included are enteroviruses and rhinoviruses, both of human origin.
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Identification and complete genome analysis of a novel bovine picornavirus in Japan.
Picornavirus. The skew cluster tree of picornaviruses (Figure 5(a)) also matches the tree topology based on nucleotide substitution (Figure 5(b)).
Molecular evolution of the human enteroviruses: correlation of serotype with VP1 sequence and application to picornavirus classification.
Sin embargo, a pH 1 pueden retener su infectividad por 8 horas a temperatura ambiente y a 38[degrees]C por mas de 90 minutos, a diferencia de otros picornavirus (5,6,31).
Blakemore et al., "Dissecting the roles of VP0 cleavage and RNA packaging in picornavirus capsid stabilization: the structure of empty capsids of foot-and-mouth disease virus," Journal
The CDC Picornavirus Laboratory has identified only 1 other enterovirus 68 from CSF in the past 10 years.
(33.) Gitlin L, Barchet W, Gilfillan S, Cella M, Beutler B, Flavell RA, et al., Essential role of mda-5 in type-I IFN responses to polyriboinosinic:polyribocytidylic acid and encephalomyocarditis picornavirus. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA.
Professor Martin Ryan, who leads the picornavirus group, said: "This will allow us to extend the applications for human gene therapies and other biotechnologies."
El primero es una rinofaringitis viral aguda, una enfermedad viral contagiosa del sistema respiratorio superior causada por rhinovirus, picornavirus o coronavirus.
When a picornavirus, like all RNA viruses, come in contact with a host cell, it binds to a receptor site and enters the host cell through invagination of the cell membrane.
ESR CHL (3) Measles virus A+ CHL (3) Meningococcal PCR--refer Neisseria meningitis PCR Metapneumovirus CHL (1,8) Mycobacterium- A+ (8) tuberculosis (TB) CHL (4) Mycoplasma APATH (1) genitalium Mycoplasma CHL (2) pneumoniae Neisseria A+ meningitidis Waikato CCHL (1) ESR CHL (1) Norovirus CHL (2) ESR (2) (typing) Papilloma virus (HPV) refer human papilloma virus Parainfluenza CHL (3,8) viruses 1,2,3 Parvovirus B19 A+ CHL (3) Picornavirus CHL (3,8) (Enterovirus and Rhinovirus) Polio (refer Enterovirus) Respiratory Syncytial CHL (3,8) Virus Rhinovirus (refer Picornavirus) Rickettsia spp.
The incidence of picornavirus infection was much higher than the incidence of respiratory syncytial virus (14%) in this study.